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mmomega

macrumors demi-god
Dec 30, 2009
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Soon as Hard Drive production has ramped back up to where it was before the flooding.
Need that Promise Pegasus to drop back down too.
 
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mayhone1

macrumors regular
Original poster
Mar 12, 2011
208
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Wisconsin
Soon as Hard Drive production has ramped back up to where it was before the flooding.
Need that Promise Pegasus to drop back down too.

I wouldn't have a problem, but when the 2tb iMac is 400-500 more it be worth it if apple released a iMac with a 3tb hard drive for the same price, a bit more future proof ya know. :apple:
 
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alksion

macrumors 68000
Sep 10, 2010
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111
Orange County CA
Yes, with the flooding epidemic subsiding more and more, you will continue to see HDD's drop and even rise in price from time to time. The price will fluctuate until everything is 100% completely back to normal.
 
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iMikeT

macrumors 68020
Jul 8, 2006
2,304
1
California
Go down in price for a 2TB drive in an iMac? I never noticed Apple charging more than they usually do to have a 2TB drive BTO into an iMac. It's $150 for the non-discounted price now, how much was it before the floods?
 
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Zwhaler

macrumors 604
Jun 10, 2006
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Apple doesn't usually change prices unless there's a product refresh, so next iMac refresh check for price reduction or hard drive spec bump.
 
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derbothaus

macrumors 601
Jul 17, 2010
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OMG. Apple is actually cheaper if you use their HDD's. IF you are buying new that is.
 
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